WannaDrink is the hack that may lastly destroy my liver
Onstage right this moment at our TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin Hackathon I’ve seen the way forward for my liver… and it appears bleak.
The wrongdoer behind my liver’s imminent demise? WannaDrink, a hack that one way or the other manages to mix the wonderful mission of offering tech schooling for current immigrants to Germany and the promotion of nameless consuming with full strangers. It’s Tinder for locating consuming buddies, or, as Max put it jokingly onstage, “it’s nameless … for alcoholics.”
It’s the imaginative and prescient of Redi College trainer Manuel Laudam, pupil Maxim Matrenitski, a current Russian emigré; and Ravi Anand Kumar, who moved to Berlin three months in the past to work with an IoT startup. WannaDrink can also be the app I’ve at all times/by no means needed. (Redi School is a nonprofit digital faculty for tech-interested people who find themselves making use of for asylum in Germany.)
WannaDrink’s picture characteristic is ephemeral and solely seems on the app throughout time that customers need to be accessible to fulfill random strangers for drinks.
Emboldened by the passion of sure members of the TechCrunch workforce for the app (it me), the workforce intends to attempt to flip their 36-hour hack into an actual enterprise and need to launch within the subsequent few weeks.
“We’re going to make a plan and meet subsequent weekend,” stated Anand Kumar.
Author: Elis Paul
Elis Paul is a Blogger from Germany. He is a Software Engineer and currently doing M.Phil in Computer Science from the Technical University of Munich